Freedom and Fullness Ministry
Our ministry helps believers who have been walking with the Lord for years but have had trouble breaking free from sin.
Or they have not been able to walk in abundant life (fullness).
We use biblical principles.
We seek the Holy Spirit through prayer.
We seek words of knowledge, wisdom, and revelation.
We take authority over strongholds.
We break off generational curses, vows, and soul ties.
We ask Jesus to guide us.
The Bible is considered to be the written truth of God. The Bible is considered without error, reliable, perfect, and unfailing. The Bible is made up of 66 books divided into a New Testament and an Old Testament. Testament means covenant which means agreement. As we walk with God we need to agree with Him in order for Him to transform our lives. As we read the Bible, the truth of the word conforms our minds. It transforms our choices.
The Kingdom of Heaven
Upon salvation we become citizens of the Kingdom. The Kingdom is righteousness, peace, and joy. (Romans 14:17) We become Kingdom citizens. The Kingdom of Heaven is only for this earth. When we die and go to Heaven, it is not the Kingdom any longer because we are actually in Heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven is a realm of thinking. This is not salvation, Jesus saves us, but the Kingdom keeps us in the right realm of thinking while we are on this earth.
The Holy Spirit
At salvation, the Holy Spirit is bound to our human spirit, within us. This is where we commune with God. This is where the gifts of the Holy Spirit flow from. This is how our human spirit follows the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit convicts of good and evil from this place. It is connected to our consciences.
When the Holy Spirit gives a word of knowledge or prophecy, he shares it with our human spirit. Our human spirit gets excited, because it is made alive to the things of God, then shares it with our soul. Our soul may or may not recognize the word as being from the Holy Spirit. Our soul may be filled with fear. Our soul may not be educated in the ways of the Holy Spirit to see its spiritual value. Faith is applied to our soul in order to get our body to speak it out. Ultimately, we can release the word by speaking it out or hold on to it by saying nothing.
The word church in the Bible comes from the Greek word ecclesia, which means a called-out company or assembly.
Wherever it is used in the Bible it refers to people. It can be a mob (Acts 19:30-41) the children of Israel (Acts 7:38), and the body of Christ (Ephesians 1:22; Ephesians 5:25, 32).
We see the word church used three different ways: First, as the body of Christ, the church is often defined as a local assembly or group of believers (1 Corinthians 1:2; 2 Corinthians 1:1; Galatians 1:1-2). Second, it is defined as the body of individual living believers (1 Corinthians 15:9; Galatians 1:13). Finally, it is defined as the universal group of all people who have trusted Christ through the ages (Matthew 16:18; Ephesians 5:23-27).
We should belong to a church, a body of believers.
Satan was an archangel (named Lucifer) who rebelled against God and was cast out of heaven with other “fallen” angels before the creation of humankind, as described in Ezekiel 28:14–18 and Isaiah 14:12–17. In the New Testament, in Luke 10:18 Jesus states that he saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.
In John 8:44 the Devil is called the “Father of Lies”. The Devil tries to convince us not to trust God, so we won’t fulfill his commands. The Devil tries to trick us into crossing one of God’s laws so we draw his judgement upon ourselves. He knows that God’s promise to us is, “I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).
Sanctification is the process of establishing God’s word (His Truths) in our lives. Discipleship is that process. Discipleship is us, as students, discipled in learning, knowledge and following God’s word.
Our faith is simple to believe or trust in something or someone. In Christianity our faith is focused on the Holy Spirit who is cohabitating with our human spirit. To have a strong faith means we follow the leading of the Holy Spirit because we trust him. We believe he is leading us into good and healthy way of life. Even though we may not completely understand. Faith is the key to access the Kingdom.
Free will is the power of acting without the constraint, the ability to act at one’s own discretion. The father sent Jesus to the cross to die for our sins. So, we could have a relationship with God again. Jesus’ sacrifice is not forced upon us. We are able to choose it, or not, out of our own free will.
In the same way, discipleship is not forced on us either. We can choose to strengthen our relationship with God through a disciplined walk, or not. God does not force us to become disciples, but He does command us to.
Our body is physical which has nerves that feel pain, blood that brings us life, and requires oxygen to keep us breathing. If we have a scary thought it triggers our heart to pump faster, adrenaline to excrete into our system.
If we have a broken arm prior to salvation; our arm will still be broken after salvation, barring any miracles.
The body has five senses: taste, smell, hearing, vision, and touch.
When we accept the sacrifice of Jesus Christ into our heart we become born again.
Our spirit is made alive to God.
God told Adam and Eve they could eat from any tree in the garden except from one – the “tree of the knowledge of good and evil”. God told them that if they ate the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, they would surely die. The serpent (Devil) told Eve that if she ate from the tree she would surely be like God, knowing everything. This was the original sin of disobedience.
Fast forward to the future and the birth of Jesus. He was born by a virgin who conceived by the Holy Spirt. Jesus walked the earth sinless for 33 years as a human. Jesus was crucified on a cross for our sins. Jesus was fully a man and fully God; making his life’s sacrifice a legitimate offering for God to restore our relationship with him.
We become Christians “little Christs” as followers of Jesus’s teachings.
Once we are saved, we become a new creation, our spirit becomes alive to the things of God.
But much of our soul remains the same.
If we were raised by an abusive father; we may have father issues.
If our spouse cheated on us, we may have insecurity or commitment issues.
Some of this may be healed upon salvation, but a lot of it may not be.
Our soul is defined as our mind, will, and emotions.
Our mind is what we think. It is our logic and reasoning which we use to navigate life’s issues. It’s where we store our knowledge and memories.
Our will is what we want. Our will is the faculty by which we decide and initiate action. When we set our mind on something our will is being activated.
Our emotion is how we feel. Emotions come from the Latin term “emovere” meaning moving. Emotions move us to do something.
Our soul is our thoughts, wants, and feelings.
God gave Moses Ten Commandments (Ex 20) so the people would be a holy nation set apart as a kingdom of priests for Him. (Ex 19:6)
Jesus gave His disciples commandments…..Matthew 5, 6, & 7.
Murder – 22 But I tell you that anyone who is angry with a brother or sister……
Adultery – 27 anyone who looks at a woman lustfully… committed adultery in his heart.
Divorce – 31 “ anyone who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.
Oaths – 37 All you need to say is simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything else is from the evil one.
Love for Enemies-44 …love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you…
Prayer – 6: 6 go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father,
Forgive – 15 But if you do not forgive…… your Father will not forgive your sins.
Fasting -6:17 But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face…
Do Not Worry – 6:34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow…….
Repentance is our access to living out these commandments in our life.
When we fail, we lean on Jesus sacrifice and ask God for forgiveness.
The Holy Spirit is key for empowerment to live these commandments.
Living these commandments keeps us in the Kingdom of Heaven on earth.